Saturday, December 30, 2017

Daily Current Affairs Quiz PDF of 29th December 2017

Daily Current Affairs Quiz PDF of 29th December 2017

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Income inequality in India has reached historically high levels with the share of national income accruing to India’s top 1 per cent earners touching 22 per cent in 2014, while the share of the top 10 per cent was around 56 per cent, according to the World Inequality Report 2018 released.

World Inequality Report is a report by the World Inequality Lab at the Paris School of Economics that provides estimates of global income and wealth inequality based on the most recent findings complied by the World Wealth and Income Database (WID).
WID, also referred to as WID.worldis an open source database that is part of an international collaborative effortof over a hundred researchers in five continents.
The World Inequality Report 2018 has brought into focus an aspect of economic progress in India. The reported finding that the top 1% of income earners received 6% of the total income in the early 1980s, close to 15% of it in 2000, and receives 22% in 2014.
Trends in Global Income inequality
Global income growth dynamics are driven by strong forces of convergence between countries and divergence within countries. Global dynamics are shaped by a variety of national institutional and political contexts.
  • Since 1980, income inequality has increased rapidly in North America and Asia, grown moderately in Europe, and stabilized at an extremely high level in the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa, and Brazil.
  • The poorest half of the global population has seen its income grow significantly thanks to high growth in Asia. But the top 0.1% has captured as much growth as the bottom half of the world adult population since 1980.
  • Income growth has been sluggish or even nil for individuals between the global bottom 50% and top 1%. This includes North American and European lower- and middle-income groups.
  • The rise of global inequality has not been steady. While the global top 1% income share increased from 16% in 1980 to 22% in 2000, it declined slightly thereafter to 20%.
  • In China, India, and Russia inequality surged with opening and liberalization policies.
Income inequality in India
Income inequality in India has reached historically high levels. In 2014, the share of national income accruing to India’s top 1% of earners was 22%, while the share of the top 10% was around 56%.
  • Since the beginning of deregulation policies in the 1980s, the top 0.1% earners have captured more growth than all of those in the bottom 50% combined.
  • The middle 40% have also seen relatively little growth in their incomes.
  • Inequality rose from the mid-1980s after profound transformations of the economy. In the late seventies, India was recognised as a highly regulated, centralized economy with socialist planning. But from the 1980s onwards, a large set of liberalization and deregulation reforms were implemented.
  • The structural changes to the economy along with changes in the regulation appear to have had significant impact on income inequality in India since the 1980s.
  • Indian inequality was driven by the rise in very top incomes.

Comparison between India and China
In particular, the report enables a comparison of economic progress made in India and China. Comparison between China and India is meaningful as they had both been large agrarian economies at similar levels of per capita income when they had started out in the early 1950s. Moreover, the absence of democracy in a society does not by itself guarantee faster economic growth and greater income equality.
  • Since 1980, while the Chinese economy has grown 800% and India’s a far lower 200%, inequality in China today is considerably lower than in India.
  • The share of the top 1% of the Chinese population is 14% as opposed to the 22% reported for India. It is emphasised that growing inequality need not necessarily accompany faster growth, observing that inequality actually declined in China from the early 21st century.
  • Post 1980s, inequality has risen in China and India. Inequality rose to extreme level in India and moderate level in China as China invested more in education, health and infrastructure for its bottom 50 per cent population.

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Daily Current Affairs Quiz PDF of 27th December 2017

Daily Current Affairs Quiz PDF of 27th December 2017

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The government has introduced in the Lok Sabha the much talked-about Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Bill, which seeks to criminalise the practice of instant triple talaq (or ‘talaq-e-biddat’).

The 25th edition of National Children Science Congress (NCSC-2017) was recently held Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
The theme of the five-day Congress this was ‘Science and Innovation for Sustainable Development’ with the special focus on persons with disabilities.
The Parliament has passed the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy Bill, 2017.

Highlights of the Bill:
Institution of national importance:  The Bill establishes the Indian Institute of Petroleum and Energy, Vishakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.  It declares the Institute as an institution of national importance.  The Institute aims to provide high quality education and research focussing on the themes of petroleum, hydrocarbons and energy.
Authorities of the Institute:  The key authorities of the Institute are as follows:  (i) the General Council; (ii) the Board of Governors; (iii) the Senate; and (iv) any other authorities declared by the statutes.
Composition and powers of the Board of Governors:  The Board of Governors will comprise 13 members including: (i) the President (to be appointed by the central government); (ii) the Director of the Institute; (iii) two persons from the Board of Directors of companies that contribute to the Institute’s endowment fund (to be nominated by the central government); (iv) five eminent experts in the field of petroleum technology and energy; and (v) two professors of the Institute.
Powers of the Board of Governors include: (i) instituting courses of study and laying down standards of proficiency and other academic distinctions; (ii) considering proposals for taking loans for the Institute; (iii) creating academic, administrative, technical and other posts; and (iv) fixing fees and other charges.
Composition and powers of the General Council:  The Council will comprise up to 20 members including the: (i) Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas (Chairman); (ii) Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation Limited; (iii) Secretary, Oil Industry Development Board; and (iv) Principal Advisor (Energy), NITI Aayog.
The powers of the Council include: (i) reviewing the broad policies and programmes of the Institute; (ii) advising the Board with respect to new technologies in the domain of energy and hydrocarbon development; and (iii) suggesting improvements in fiscal management of the Institute.
Appointment of the Director:  The Director of the Institute will be appointed by the central government.  The Director will be the principal academic and executive officer of the Institute.
Funding:  The Institute will be required to maintain a fund which will be credited with the funds that it receives from the central government, fees and money received from any other sources (grants and gifts).  The accounts of the Institute shall be audited by the Comptroller and Auditor- General of India.
Settlement of disputes:  Any dispute arising out of a contract between the Institute and any of its employees will be referred to an internally constituted Tribunal of Arbitration.  The Tribunal will consist of: (i) one member appointed by the Institute; (ii) one member nominated by the employee; and (iii) an umpire appointed by the Visitor (President of India).  The decision of the Tribunal of Arbitration will be considered final. In case of any dispute between the Institute and the central government, the decision of the central government will be considered final.
President Ram Nath Kovind recently dedicated the Andhra Pradesh Fibre Grid project which aims to provide on-demand affordable broadband connectivity.
Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare has launched Livestock Disease Forewarning –Mobile Application (LDF-Mobile App).

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Delhi Police Recruitment 2017 for 708 Multi Tasking Staff(Civilian) - Apply Here

Delhi Police Recruitment 2017 for 708 Multi Tasking Staff(Civilian) - Apply Here

Advertisement for Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 has been issued by the Delhi Police on 09 December 2017 through the leading newspapers. Delhi police has advertised 708 vacancies for Civilian posts for which application to continue till 16 January 2018. 

To apply for Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017, candidates need to be 10th passed from any recognized university of board or any equivalent qualification. In addition to the qualification, the candidates need to have ITI certificate in the related or relevant trades.

While there is age limit to apply for Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017, which is 18-27 years as on the last date of the application. However, the reserved category candidates will the relaxation in upper age limit as per the government regulations.

Salary in Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 for 708 vacancies is different for different posts which range from Pay Matrix Level Rs.18000 to Rs.56900/-.


All interested candidates for Delhi Police Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 for 708 vacancies can apply through the official website of Delhi Police, which is www.delhipolicerecruitment.nic.in. Online application will start from 16 December 2017.

Delhi Police 708 Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 Vacancy Details

  • Cook – 253 Posts
  • Water Carrier – 54 Posts
  • Safai Karmachari – 237 Posts
  • Mochi (Cobbler) – 14 Posts
  • Dhobi (Washerman) – 68 Posts
  • Tailor - 16 Posts
  • Daftari – 03 Posts
  • Mali (Gardner) – 16 Posts
  • Barber– 39 Posts
  • Carpenter– 07 Posts

Delhi Police 708 Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 Important Dates

  • Start Date of Online Application – 16 December 2017
  • End Date of Online Application – 16 January 2018

Delhi Police 708 Multi-Tasking Staff (MTS–Civilian) Recruitment Exam 2017 Official Notification Number

Advertisement No.: F.16/1/2016/HP-I/Esst/6796-6798

Airports Authority Of India(AAI) Recruitment 2017 For Junior Assistant in Fire Services

Airports Authority Of India(AAI) Recruitment 2017 For Junior Assistant in Fire Services

Airports Authority of India invites applications from the eligible candidates who are domicile of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh & Goa for the post of Junior Assistant (Fire Service) NE-4 level at various airports in the above states in Western Region. Applicants shall apply for the above post through online application link hosted in career pages of our website i.e., https://www.aai.aero/en/careers/recruitment .

EMOLUMENTS: In addition to Basic Pay, Dearness Allowance, Perks, HRA and other benefits which include CPF, Gratuity, Social Security Scheme, Medical Benefits etc. are admissible as per AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA Rules & Regulations.

osts: Junior Assistant in Fire Services

Vacancy details:
General category: 96
OBC: 37
SC: 14
ST: 23

Total No. of Posts: 170 Posts

Educational Qualification:
(1) Educational Qualification - Minimum 10th Class / Xth Std Pass with 03 years approved regular Diploma in Mechanical / Automobile / Fire with minimum 50% marks [OR] Regular Matric with 12th Class Pass with 50% marks.


(2) Driving License - Valid Heavy Vehicle Driving (HVD) License; (OR) Valid Medium Vehicle Driving License issued at least one year before 31st December 2017; (OR) Valid Light Motor Vehicle Driving License issued at least two years before 31st December 2017.

Age Limit: Candidates must be between 18 to 30 years as on December 31, 2017. Upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST, 3 years for OBC (non-creamy layer) candidates.



Pay scale: Rs.12500-28500.

Application Fee: Candidates belonging to OBC and General are required to pay ₹ 1000/- only (including Taxes as Applicable). The fee pay through Online Payment Gateway (HDFC Pay U) using Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking Only.

Exam pattern: AAI will conduct written examination that will carry weightage of 100 marks. The minimum pass marks will be 50 out of 100 for General/ OBC candidates and 40 out of 100 for SC & ST candidates. The time duration for computer-based (online) test will be two hours.
Selection procedure:
The selection process will consist of following stages:
1. Computer Based (Online) Test;
2. Certificates/ Documents verification;
3. Medical Fitness/Physical Measurement Test;
4. Driving Test; and
5. Physical Endurance Test
How to Apply: Interested Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website.

Last Date to Apply Online : 31-12-2017

Rajkot Nagarik Sahkari Bank Ltd.(RNSB) Recruitment 2017 For Jr. Executive (Trainee) Posts

Rajkot Nagarik Sahkari Bank Ltd.(RNSB) Recruitment 2017 For Jr. Executive (Trainee) Posts

Rajkot Nagarik Sahkari Bank Ltd.(RNSBL) Has Published Notification For Below Mentioned Posts. More Details related this job are as given below.

Post Name :
  • Jr. Executive (Trainee)

Posts:
  • Jr. Executive (Trainee): Gandhidham
  • Jr. Executive (Trainee): Jasdan
  • Jr. Executive (Trainee): Jetpur
  • Jr. Executive (Trainee): Surendranagar

Educational Qualification:

Jr. Executive (Trainee): First Class Graduate (Except Arts) OR Any Post Graduate (Except Arts). However, PGDCA/DCA/JAIIB/ CAIIB / COPA (with 1-year apprenticeship) preferable.

Experience : 2 years experience in any Co-Operative bank or any financial institute is preferable. Candidate Should be well versed with Computer knowledge


Experience For Jr. Executive (Trainee): 2 years experience in any Co-Operative bank or any financial institute is preferable. Candidate Should be well versed with Computer knowledge

The above post will be filled up on fixed term contract .Only local and male candidates will be preferred.



Age Limit: 30 years

Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on interview.

How to Apply: Interested Candidates may Apply Online Through official Website given in below link.

Online Application Starting Date : 09-12-2017
Last Date To Apply Online : 18-12-2017

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UPSC Recruitment 2017 For Various Posts(Adv.No. 23/2017)

UPSC Recruitment 2017 For Various Posts(Adv.No. 23/2017)

Union Public Service Commission Has Published Notification for the recruitment of various posts.  More Details Related this recruitment are as given below.

Adv.No. : 23/2017

Name of the Posts:
  • Gliding Instructor: 02 Posts
  • Civil Hydrographic Officer: 02 Posts
  • Specialist Grade-III (Tuberculosis): 02 Posts
  • Assistant Professor (Mechanical Engineering): 01 Post
  • Professor (Technical) (Computer Science and Engineering): 03 Posts
  • Associate Professor (Technical) (Computer Science and Engineering): 01 Post
  • Assistant Professor (Technical) (Computer Science and Engineering): 05 Posts
  • Assistant Professor (Technical) (ECE): 07 Posts
Selection Process
  • The category-wise minimum level of suitability in interviews, irrespective of whether the selection is made only by interview or by Recruitment Test followed by an interview, will be UR-50 marks, OBC-45 marks, SC/ST/PH-40 marks, out of the total marks of an interview being 100.
  • In cases where the selection is made by Recruitment Test (RT) followed by the interview, the candidate will have to achieve a minimum level of suitability in their respective category at both stages i.e. ‘Recruitment Test’ as well as ‘Interview’. The minimum level of suitability in the case of RT shall be decided by the Commission on the case to case basis. 

Application Fee: Candidates are required to pay a fee of Rs. 25/- (Rupees Twenty five) only either by remitting the money in any branch of the SBI by cash or by using net banking facility of the SBI or by using visa/master credit/debit card. No fee for SC/ST/PH/Women candidates of any community. No "fee exemption" is available to OBC male candidates and they are required to pay the full prescribed fee. Applications without the prescribed fee would not be considered and summarily rejected. No representation against such rejection would be entertained. (d) Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstance nor can the fee be held in reserve for any other examination or selection. 



How to Apply: Candidates must apply online through the website http://www.upsconline.nic.in. Applications received through any other mode would not be accepted and summarily rejected. Candidates must upload documents pertaining to educational qualifications and experience (preferably in the prescribed format), if any, as claimed in the online application, in a single pdf file in such a way that the file size does not exceed 2 MB and is legible when a printout is taken. For that, the applicant may scan the experience certificate in 200 dpi grey scale. Documents like Pay Slip, Resume, Appointment Letter, Relieving Letter, Unsigned Experience Certificate etc. must not be uploaded in the Document Upload Module.
Important Dates:
Closing Date for Submission of Online Application: 28-12-2017 up to 23:59 hrs
Last Date for Printing of Completely Submitted Online Application: 29-12-2017 up to 23:59 hrs

Important Links :

Sunday, March 6, 2016

CTET RESULT


  • CBSE CTET - 2014 Result Declared of exam Date 21-09-2014
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  • Exam was held on 21-09-2014
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